noun cen·tas \ˈsen-ˌtäs\
plural cen·tai \-ˌtī\ or cen·tu \-ˌtü\

Definition of CENTAS

— see litas at money table

Origin of CENTAS

Lithuanian (nominative plural centai, genitive plural centų), probably from French centime or English cent
First Known Use: circa 1934


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